Category Archives: Teaching

Summer Course: Arab-Israeli Conflict (POLS 3464)

Prof. Jeremy Pressman will be offering “The Arab-Israeli Conflict” (POLS 3464) in May term at UConn (Storrs). It is a 3-credit course. For further information, email jeremy.pressman at uconn.edu . We spoke with him about the course. How do you … Continue reading

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Dr. Marc O’Reilly wins teaching award

Dr. Marc O’Reilly, a UConn PhD in POLS, won the Ream-Paradiso Distinguished Teaching Award. Dr. O’Reilly is an associate professor of political science who has taught at Heidelberg since 2001. Congratulations!

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New Course: Sustainable Energy in the 21st Century (Bayulgen)

POLS 2998 crosslisted with Chemical Engineering 4995 Sustainable Energy in the 21st Century Spring 2013 This course provides a truly interdisciplinary approach to understanding current energy issues. On the one hand, we will learn about the science, engineering and economics … Continue reading

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Turcotte teaching winter course

POLS/WS 3216: Women in Political Development Winter Intersession, 27 December 2011 – 13 January 2012 Monday – Friday, 9:00am–12:15pm Professor Heather M. Turcotte Political Science & Women’s Studies heather.turcotte at uconn.edu  Overview This course is an interdisciplinary approach to the … Continue reading

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POLS Final exams, Spring 2011

Date, time, location for POLS final exams, Spring 2011: POLS 1002 to POLS 2998 POLS 2998W to POLS 3472 POLS 3604 to POLS 5515 POLS 5600 to POLS 5605

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SUMMER: Pressman to teach Arab-Israeli Conflict (Storrs)

Prof. Jeremy Pressman will be teaching POLS 3464, “The Arab-Israeli Conflict,” during the May 2011 term at UConn (Storrs). It is a 3-credit course. For further information, email jeremy.pressman at uconn.edu . He talked about the course and the conflict: … Continue reading

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Debate: Oil, Poverty, and Pollution (Apr 15)

The UConn community is invited to attend a debate in the “POLITICS OF OIL” course: “Are big oil companies or governments to blame for the poverty and environmental pollution in oil-rich societies?” Friday, April 15, 2011 2:00- 2:50 pm Monteith … Continue reading

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Kelly and Sterling-Folker win teaching awards

Two members of the Department of Political Science won Alumni Association teaching awards this year: Prof. Kristin Kelly for Faculty Excellence in Teaching at the undergraduate level and Prof. Jennifer Sterling-Folker for Faculty Excellence in Teaching at the graduate level … Continue reading

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SUMMER: King to teach Intro to Political Theory (in Waterbury)

Shaun King will be teaching POLS 1002, “Introduction to Political Theory,” (Section W11) during the May 2011 term at UConn’s Waterbury Campus. For further information, email shaun.king at uconn.edu What is a key political issue that the course addresses? One … Continue reading

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Hertel Presents on Teaching “the Long Research Paper” (Feb. 8)

Tuesday, February 8, 12:30-1:30pm, CUE 321 Strategies for Teaching the Long Research Paper in the Social Sciences Shareen Hertel, Associate Professor of Political Science Over the past two years three of Professor Hertel’s students have won Aetna Writing in the … Continue reading

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